By Walter Sidney Lazarus-Barlow. Pp. 795. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston Sons & Company, 1898. [From E. H. Colegrove, Chicago Agent.] Price, $5.00.
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This is an attempt to separate general pathology from pathologic anatomy and to condense the subject of general pathology into a simple volume. The work is divided into 14 chapters, as follows: 1. Introduction. 2. Vegetable Micro-Organisms. 3 and 4. Pathology of the Circulation. 5 and 6. The Pathology of the Blood. 7 and 8. Pathology and sequels of Inflammation. 9. Pathology of Infection. 10. Pathology of Heat Regulation. 11. Pathology of Shock and Collapse, Transfusion. 12. Pathology of Nutrition. 13. The Pathology of Various Morbid Conditions which are Characterized by Abnormalities of Secretions and Excretions. 14. The Pathology of Respiration. These chapters are followed by an appendix in which is discussed ptomain poisoning; life under aseptic conditions; fragmentation of the heart; death from certain causes, such as extensive burns; drowning; death from thirst and lightning. There is also an index of authors and a copious general index.
A Manual of General Pathology for Students and Practitioners. JAMA. 1898;XXXI(6):314. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450060052019
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